Atul Sachdeva -New Delhi. 16 May 2024 .After a hiatus of four years, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Delhi University organized its annual day and annual prize distribution ceremony in the Master Tara Singh Auditorium of the college. S. Harmeet Singh Kalka, the president of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) graced the occasion as the chief guest of the event. S. Jagdip Singh Kahlon, the general secretary of the DSGMC and Prof. Balram Pani, Dean of Colleges, Delhi University were the guests of honor for the ceremony and, along with the chief guest, were greeted by the faculty of the college for the auspicious day. The ceremony was organized under the able leadership of the college’s principal-Prof. Surinder Kaur, and the convener of the annual day committee Dr. Jeepinder Kaur. The event also witnessed a gracious attendance by Padma Bhushan S. Tarlochan Singh, former member of parliament and the chairman of the governing body of the college along with S. Inderpreet Singh Kochhar, the treasurer of the governing body of the college and S. Rishipreet Singh Sachdeva, the vice chairperson of the governing body of the college. 

The event began by seeking blessings from the almighty and proceeded to the presentation of the annual report of the college by Prof. Surinder Kaur. The report highlighted all the achievements of the college in the past year and delineated the services that the college has had to offer to the Sikh community. The college has excelled in all fields of its participation, whether it be on the sports front or the academic one. The audience was also appraised of the opening of the Centre of Gurmukhi Script that the Government of India has graciously asked Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College to run and spearhead. Additionally, the college has also been a proud chapter for the UGC Malviya Mission Teacher Training Centre through which about 8400 teachers have been trained. The college also has had the opportunity to collaborate with Wales and Nottinghamshire Universities to curate and pursue its academic goals. On the front of its faculty, the annual day saw an honoring of all teachers who have completed twenty-five years of service in the college, those who have been given promotions, and those who have superannuated in the past few years. All these teachers’ contributions were presented to the audience and were marked by a cheerful applause by all. 

The event also recollected the many successful co-curricular events that the college has organized in the past year. All these events have ensured a spirit of congeniality among its students and festered a merry yet harmonious atmosphere in the college campus. S. Tarlochan Singh, then, proceeded to welcome the guests of the day and charted the innumerable contributions that S. Harmeet Singh Kalka had made to the citizens of the nation during the Covid-19 pandemic. Having such a distinguished guest on the stage only stood to increase the pride of the college as he handed over certificates of recognitions to all the students of the college who have recently cleared the IAS examination and are on their way to become the pillars of the nation. After this felicitation, both S. Harmeet Singh Kalka and Prof. Balram Pani spoke about the excellence of the institution, especially its position within the Sikh community and philosophy, and wished the college best for the future. The program also saw the launch of Tegh, the college magazine, and the felicitation of the academic toppers of the college. The annual day celebration, finally, allowed the college to make public all its successes with the hope that it would rise higher.

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